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I was driving home and had put 40 dollars worth in and did not use it all. my jeep 's check engine light came on and the gas gauge dropped to E? No reason to do this have gas and no other warnings. Help please.

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Check the gas cap make sure it clickc when you turn it

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Those two problems might be related or not. The first thing to do is to hook up your vehicle to a Code Scaner.Getting the Code and Code explanation would be a good starting point. Autozone can do this job for free, the dealers charge $ 65 to $75 for a Check and Advice. Hope this will help as long as you and me do not have any clue YET.

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